Sometime since we noted the request of a correspondent to "excuse his poor writing, as he had not the benefit of a scholastic education." We copied a piece from a school book by Comstock, and hoped our correspondent would continue to write somewhat different from such an example of the scholastic. A contemporary copies what we said, and gives the following from another school book, by a Professor Harris, but the title of the book is not given:

" The reality pushes out the potentiality. Or there may be a reality whose actuality and potentiality exclude each other. Or, when all potentialities are real, it is an immortal being. Or, when one potentiality is real all its potentialities are realized in itself".